Two instruments in one size case - perfect for the home builder. Sender not included. See the Accessories tab for sender options. 700-1700°F EGT.
Made in USA
I regarded this gauge as an overpriced necessity. I have now started calling them gouges , as it was probably made in China for about five dollars . Seriously guys , what is going on here with the $235.95 plus tax and shipping ? After installation I tested it by heating the senders , as I also like to mark the gouge to identify cylinder location and one needle would not move . I checked wires and probes to confirm that it was in fact a stuck needle in the gouge itself . Then suddenly it started working , so I am just keeping my fingers crossed now , as in the past , I have had very little luck claiming warranty .
Needles started to stick on bottom of scale- full cold. Had to tap on gauge for needles to come alive. Had gauge for 2 years and always covered when not in use. Maybe just bad luck but going to order a Swift.
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Yes, part # 10-01242 is a non-TSO square dual EGT, 700-1700F range.